From Crashing it, to Smashing it

Hello from Aspen Colorado!
It’s been a great week of races here, with USA showing our colors and putting up some great podiums. Many countries were in attendance with some close races coming down to the hundredths. Some of the best skiers in the world competed such as, Adam Hall and Corey Peters from New Zealand and Canada’s Matt Hallet. With some very impressive podiums being put down by Laurie Stephens, Stephanie Jallen and Ralph Green of team USA. The big story though is that of American Tyler Walker trumping the races and putting down and impressive FOUR! Gold medal finishes two in Giant Slalom and two in Slalom. After his crash in Sochi, it seems he hasn’t lost it, and will be returning stronger than ever! That’s saying a lot because he finished last year with an impressive 4 World Cup Globes. There’s no stopping an unstoppable force and it seems Tyler Walker is determined on being unstoppable or at least, the best in the world. Watch Tyler Walkers crash from Sochi last year. Link below
TYLER WALKER SOCHI CRASH

Tyler Walker Skiing Aspen Races 2014

Tyler Walker Skiing Aspen Races 2014

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About Kurka

World cup mono skier and X Games Mono-Cross competitor. Announcer, and all around Adaptive Adventurer!! I blog for anyone who would like too see my skills and follow along on my Adventure of life! As well as to keep my sponsors updated on my recent activity. My e-mail is a.kurka@hotmail.com
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